Before you go to Banner Medical Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Queen Creek emergency room think.
Aubrey Luma⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad to bring my daughter in for stitches, wait time was long but that’s expected for an ER visit. Once we got “back” we were well taken care of. Nurse Amanda was amazing with my daughter, made her feel very good when she was nervous and in pain, gave her a special treat. The doctor that saw her was excellent. He treated her as if she were his own daughter and put her at ease throughout the whole process, calm and reassuring. Thanks for taking care of my girl!auston messer⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI delivered my daughter there and now will be delivering my son here. The doctors are helpful and informative. I’m happy that my family gets to stay with me.Alisia McDaniel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAmazing staff, very comfortable stay. I am so pleased with the way everything was handled during and after delivery. Keep up the great work.Taylor Day⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI delivered my baby here and I couldn’t be happier. The entire experience from the second I checked in with admitting (and phone calls) to the time I left it was perfect. I will always go to this hospital. The nurses were so caring, they went above and beyond. The facility was very clean and accommodating. As the patient you and your family and the main priority. When I left to go home the kitchen made me an entire lasagna dinner to take home so I wouldn’t have to worry about cooking. I highly recommend.Tammy TwayNot a good experience and still very sick. To think I have to pay them 1400.00 for nothing is insane. My nurse was great in fact the few nurses that I had encounters with were great however the PA that treated me was very arrogant and rude. I never seen a real doctor and for the issue I was having and continue to have seems extremely concerning.Nancy GarbatoNurses were great they actually cared. My blood pressure was extremely high due to pain I’m having. My doctor just should t be practicing with my extreme pain he said here’s a Valium and sent me hone with Lana cane patches witch won’t do anything with what’s happening with me right now besides my insurance already denied them. While the guy next to me my doctor told him I’ll give you another dose of morphine just do t get pulled overDebi Sherman⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHospital staff have been great. I’ve had to check out couple x due to car wreck. Ppl drive horribly in AZ I know where and how I got my driver’s license for illegals they should never attain one.Brittany CorralesYes.. the wait is long which is normal for hospitals and the nurses are nice but the physician was beyond rude and so annoyed to be treating patients. He was so uninterested and walked out without a word to us. It’s just disappointing.Patricia Boscamp⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWonderful kind staff. Clean beautiful building. Fantastic Doctors.elayne jones⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI took my 2 girls here today ages 4 and 2! The staff were soooo amazing with them!John Compton⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy wife has been in there twice last few months for different issues, best hospital around great people that know their business very well, great medical know how, just all around wonderful! I’ll be going there FIRST if the need arises. GREAT JOB IRONWOOD!Tanya Brinegar⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedLabor and delivery staff and experience was so amazing! I had 5 children in Massachusetts in a very busy L&D unit having 300 plus births a month. I had my 6th baby at Banner Ironwood and I must say the attention from staff and providers was excellent. I felt like I was the only patient on the floor, even though I know I wasn’t because I could hear other babies being born. Dr. Butler-Poku and my RNs listened to what I wanted and let me labor slowly with an induction on pitocin. I came in at 5pm on 11/14/19. I was 4cm 60% effaced. They were going to start with cytotec but me and the nurse decided I was contracting a little too much on my own already, so the RN and I and Dr BP decided on pitocin. In the AM the next day around 8am Dr. BP came in doing her rounds and decided let’s break your water, I was 6cm. Baby was straight OP. Things got extremely intense and I requested the epidural. The anesthesiologist was very quick to get to my room and also putting it in. I fell asleep for a very short time when I was woken up by very painful contractions felt in the lower left corner of my abdomen. So the nurse checked me and I was complete. So she called Dr. BP to come for delivery. Dr. BP was very fast and as soon as she got there and set everything up within 2 pushes baby girl was here at 10:00 on 11/15/19! The post partum staff were also very attentive and tried not to wake me and baby up during the night. Thank you to all the staff. You all will forever have a special place in my heart. You were all made to work the field you are in.ZAC island⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWa had our baby deliver here las week end . Everything was great ! The clinic , the staff so friendly and profesionnal. We recommand that place for birth delivery without any doubt .Toby ArchuletaWhere you are a number not a patient! Forgotten about by nurses I had to go find one after getting my gallbladder removed. Than told another procedure will be needed. Forgotten about overnight as well! However been waiting to talk to a doctor about the next procedure. It’s been over 24hours no information. But they happily rack up a bill. Worst part when you express your concern. The only response is”we are waiting for two doctors to decide on when they can help you.” When we find out well let you know….Daisy MaganaI used to be astonished by this hospital but not any more. Chest and left arm pain with dropping heart rate doesn’t constitute as an Emergency. It’s simply “Normal” “You’re still in pain? Let me send you Norco, go home.” Horrible! Knowing there’s an opioid epidemic/crisis and they’re handing out scripts like nothing. All we wanted were answers and they refused to do more tests!Ed Wintersmy wife, who had a stroke 10 years ago and has chronic uti infections was taken to the emergency. after 9 hours in emergency, the attending Dr recommended .a medication for bacterial infections. Although my wife was showing signs of dementia no diagnostics were offered and she was sent home. Now the signs of dementia have increased. We think the emergency DR was responsible was negligent for not investigating the obvious signs of dementiaJennifer Long⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad an outpatient procedure done today, and must say that I was very impressed. Everyone I came in contact with was extremely friendly and knowledgeable, from the receptionist to the nurses and doctors. I highly recommend Banner Ironwood.Sue HanlinBrought my dad into the ER. Took over 2 hours just to get into a room. Then another 30 minutes to see a doctor. Then another 2 1/2 hours to get results from blood work. Staff was friendly but the wait is ridiculous.Tammi LutzUnmedicated labor and delivery with no IV, no monitoring and the bill was $5,500 Say what? The nurses were talking trash about the mom not wanting IV’s or medication and tried to scare her into inducing labor 1.5 hours before she gave birth with no help all because her water had been broke for 8 hours. They didn’t even want to give her time to labor naturally. If you want a natural birth go to a birthing center. This is not the hospital for you!MCG TheReaperI have been suffering from a fractured thumb for almost 2 months. The front desk lady in the orthopedic’s office lied to me about my xrays being available electronically. After 3 calls over the course of a month and a visit to my own doctor, I found that they did have the xrays available electronically through simonmed, and the front desk lady argued with me on the last call. Stating that I would still need to bring in the CD’s even though they have the same images online through Simonmed, because it didn’t include the date of the injury. The referral they received did include it. I then told her I would be moving my referral to someone else, after the haste and lies I’ve been told by the under trained front desk person. I had my provider redirect the referral and contact the manager over at Ironwood Orthopedic, and an hour later, I got a call from the same front desk lady stating they had just recieved the referral today. Lying to me again as the referral was sent on the 5th of this month (almost 20 days ago) and that we had never spoken before. After checking with my provider to find that they were lying I’ve reached out to the director and am writing this review. If you go here, they take electronic xrays through simonmed, and don’t wait to have any fractures fixed. They are ignorant about their own processes and when corrected, become severely irate and lie to forward their strive for ignorance.Lisa LombardHad to take my husband to the ER Friday night for unknown severe quadrant pain. Banner Ironwood is the closest ER. I ran into the hospital asking for assistance to get my husband out of the car and the lady at the desk pointed at a wheelchair and said to use that. Another person waiting in the ER came out and helped me. The lady checking us in was as slow as Christmas, sent him over to the triage nurse, who didn’t acknowledge we were there. Waited approximately 5 minutes with my husband howling in pain and finally left because no on there seemed to care about my husband’s pain or what might be causing it. IF the need for an ER ever rises again, we will certainly NOT be going to BANNER IRONWOOD!!!Connie Pauley⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had bunion surgery on my foot on April 26, 2019. Everyone, nurses, volunteers, doctors were very kind and treated me very well. They were very organized and very professional. They are very concerned with infection control. I would highly recommend them. This was outpatient surgery. I will be returning for the other foot.Megan Lemon⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedJust had my baby here. Great nurses and doctors! All of them were very nice to My new little family Adrienne YoI have been to the ER twice for myself. Horrible care and coldest most unemotional rude staff. The first time I had a respiratory reaction to aspirin along with multiple golf ball hematomas to both legs. There was a young man ahead of me with a bandaid on the end of his first finger for a wound not healing and an old man sitting in the lobby by himself with gauze wrap around his head covering his eyes with blood all over his hands, face and chest. The triage and care was horrible. They took the young guy with the bandaid ahead of the two of us and had nobody to comfort the elderly man or help him call for family. We sat next to the elderly man to comfort him and called several friends on his behalf. They left him just sitting there. Last night I went to the ER after a fall. I had surgery 13 days early to my calf muscle, osteotomy to the heel bone and reattached achilles tendon. I am non weight bearing status post op. When I fell, I stuck out my surgical leg and full weight beared on it and heard a pop followed by swelling. I was in 8/10 pain. My husband took the wrong turn in and pulled into the ambulance lane. We saw several staff talking in the hall. He ran up to the door to ask for help getting me into a wheelchair and the staff strolled up with absolutely no sense of urgency. A male with dark hair and a dark beard in a navy blue sweat jacket (with ER on the back) told my husband to go to the other entrance. My husband said, ” you can’t help me get her into a wheelchair?” He replied no and to go to the other entrance. He had the most uncaring, emotionless personality and it got my husband so upset and he cused at the guy. Once again there was little triaging. The blond older nurse at the desk was also rude and callous and made excuses for the over 2 hour wait. (Half of which I was the only one in the lobby) . The “triage” nurse in the little room was very condescending and said, “oh you didn’t just have surgery, it’s been almost two weeks”. She was absolutely clueless about the surgery I had and the non weight bearing status I was under. After 2 hours I calked my surgeon to let them know what was going on. They were upset I had not been seen and encouraged me to go home and take the pain meds I am on, ice and come to clinic to be seen. Next tome I will go to Florence Anthem ER.tom koppesTHANKS FOR MAKING ME SO DEPRESSED I WANT TO CANCEL MY KNEE SURGERY.. THE PROCESS OF GETTING ALL THE PREOP CLEARANCES IS MORE PAINFUL THAN THE ACTUAL SURGERY, I’M SURE…. SPENT THREE DAYS TRYING TO GET ALL THE PREOP CLEARANCES COVERED & STILL DON’T HAVE ANY OF THEM TAKEN CARE OF… I’M A VETERAN & THE VA IS TAKING CARE OF MY KNEE SURGERY.. THEY GAVE ME AN AUTHORIZATION LETTER WITH ALL THE COVERED SERVICES & BANNER WOULD NOT ACCEPT THAT AS AN APPROVAL FOR ME TO HAVE MY EKG, LABS, & CHEST XRAYS DONE THERE…STILL JUMPING THRU HOOPS TO GET THIS DONE…IN ORDER TO GET THE VA INSURANCE (TRI WEST) TO COVER THE VARIOUS LI ST OF COVERAGES THEY ARE APPROVED BY THE VA DOCTORS … I’M GOING TO GIVE THEM ONE MORE SHOT NEXT WEEK & SEE IF GETTING THE VA ADVOCATE INVOLVED HELPED… I SURE HOPE THE THE REST OF THE VETERANS USING THE COMMUNITY INS. SERVICE DON’T HAVE THIS PROBLEM… TOM K.Terri KarlinGenerally, I’m a huge fan of the Banner brand. We were so excited when we moved to Encanterra to see the hospital across the street. My husband is a C6/C7 quadriplegic, paralyzed from the upper chest down. Due to no sensation, his body has a backup plan for warning him something is wrong called “Autonomic Dysreflexia”. However, this backup warning can turn terribly wrong causing a stroke or death. There is a lot of back story I will spare the reader, but we ended up having to use their services because he went in to “Autonomic Dysreflexia” and we couldn’t correct it at home. Fully expecting capable medical professionals, as in most cases of other Banner hospitals, practices, and urgent cares, we were shocked to be met with quite the contrary. From the moment we entered, we were greeted by an extremely rude receptionist who turned is over to a very nice nurse so I fully expected things would go well and was reinforced with that thought when another nurse recognized that I was the lady she had talked to on the phone and she was very caring and expressed concern and well wishes. But, then things took a bad turn for the worse and our hopes of having a competent hospital nearby dashed. The medical staff that set us up and tended to us in the room, were overtly dismissive and not remotely listening. After 23 years of dealing with Spinal Cord Injury diagnosis, you might imagine that we are fairly well versed in certain aspects of this condition. I tried to explain the urgency of the AD and the steps we had taken to stop the symptoms. I have never felt more ignored and dismissed in all of my life and the nurse was shockingly incompetent. I can’t possibly explain in detail how wrong this experience went, but in the end, I had to run home, grab our own supplies and change my husband’s indwelling catheter myself in the hospital. My actions ended up resolving the issue and taking him out of AD. (The reason I didn’t change it at home is because I had just changed it two days before and was concerned the symptoms were something more hidden). I am deeply concerned about ever returning to this hospital for an emergency. The doctor that eventually came in was very nice and I let him know how disappointed we were in the experience. I hate to write such a negative review on a Banner but this could have been life threatening. I shudder to think what would have happened if I had not been there. Long story short, believe it or not!!Arvid Stanson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAmazing hospital, I just want to say that me and my wife had a baby here we were not pressured to do anything they left us with very well-informed the decisions and everything went super smoothly and I couldn’t be happier with this hospital experience. I am from Chicago and it was a completely different world there and my previous child was born with us being completely in the dark about almost every medical decisionSherrie Nicole Peacher⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI went here for 2 ER visits (both miscarriages) and i also had gallbladder surgery here. Ive always received good care. I plan on having my baby here in December.Amy Murray⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI delivered my baby here recently. I had a wonderful experience. The labor nurses are awesome and let my midwife be in control. I was able to have a natural birth center experience in a hospital setting. Postpartum also took great care of me.Victoria daCostaTook 4-year-old in with fever and crying from pain. There are adults able to say what is wrong and it’s not difficult to ascertain if they are actually an emergency or not. My son is crying out for an hour and we are still sitting in the waiting room with the same people. Nobody has moved. A drunk woman is pushed out laughing about being “69 years old” and still partying so hard she had to go to the ER. So my son who can’t actually explain what’s going on due to his age, isn’t being seen? But an elderly woman is able to hold up the ER because she’s too drunk? This is absolutely ridiculous and some patients should be given priority. The hospital shouldn’t be so understaffed either. Front desk woman (dark hair) was very clinical, cold, and rude – even to my son. You do realize a large portion of patient outcome is rapport with caretakers right? It doesn’t seem anyone is trained properly. I’ll never use this hospital again. I should have known better anyhow since I used them years ago and was misdiagnosed with “anemia” when I wasn’t even anemic and actually have chronic vestibular migraines.Rami AbuelhawaThe worst god dam place checked in at 130 still not seen almost 6 hours not going backMachele Corcoran⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedLove this hospital staff treated me great I had wonderful care I went in for a colonoscopy nurses took great care of me my doctor was also wonderful never had such great care in hospital before.Victoria Paige$25,000 what I paid to be told I could ask God about my “mysterious” abdominal pain. It’s what I paid for a doctor to answer “because you’re a woman” when I asked possible causes of mysterious abdominal pain. Completely blowing off my question of “do I need to follow up with a gynecologist then?” Two days I wasted at this ER. Feeling the worst pain of my life. To be treated like an annoyance. To be treated like a drug seeker. I understand the feeling of burnout and being calloused. I also work in a similar field. The lack of compassion and blaming my gender on my issues was disgusting. Especially pulling religion into the mix and being told I can speak with God instead of telling me “I’m sorry I’m not sure”. I ended up at a different ER 3rd time that week. I found out I had a severe impaction, bladder infection and kidney stones. I was told by all the nurses and doctors at this second ER I made a mistake by trusting a Banner. I attempted to file a complaint and was told to pound sand on several different occasions. Banner genuinely did not care. (Surprising right?) I will be telling as many as I can about Banner and the way they treated me so others dont make the mistake of trusting them in their time of need. Shame on you Banner for having a reputation of ill skilled nurses, doctors, misdiagnoses, and zero compassion.ERIN Hernandez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband was admitted here for 6 days, we had the BEST service ever! His nurses were by far the best we have felt with in a long time. Thank you Maranda and Hope for being such great, loving, caring, Patient nurses and Thank you for keeping a smile on our face while we were there.Susa Castro⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis is my first visit at this ER, upon entering the hospital I was greeted right away and told they would be with me shortly. To my surprise I was seen with in the first 10 minutes and keep in mind this is the middle of flu season. The folks at the front desk were very nice and professional and I must say the same for the Doctor who addressed my issue. I would highly recommend this year if you’re in the area.starchy bunny⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I was seen in the ER on May 6th, I arrived at 10:30am and was not taken back to a room until almost 3pm. With that being said, I gave this hospital 4 stars because of the staff! I took off one star due to the long wait, but all of the staff was amazing!Matt Smith⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis is a good place to work. I have worked here for 2 months. I have also had good medical experiences here with my family.Sarah Johnson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had my twins at this hospital 2 years ago and I had the best experience & it was like a 3 day hotel stay. Food was great, and nurses & doctors were attentive and amazing. Over the past 2 years my twins have a low immune system and get sick often. I take them here the nurses and doctors are so welcoming and kind. Today I had a bad experience with the receptionists not being very professional and they seemed annoyed with my children and I wont go into detail about the situation. The manager I spoke to took care of the incident and she reassured me that I was right to come to her with the issue. This is why I always return to this hospital because they take care of thier patients and always thrive to have better customer service. I will be having my 5th baby in August 2019 at ironwood.Mick O’Hare⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I came here for my grandmothers surgery. She had two operations in one and the whole process took about 4 hours. The doctor’s were informative and let us know everything that was going on through the operation. The nurses in the recovery unit were friendly, attentive and pleasant to have around. The Roadrunner Cafe on the bottom level gets high marks as well. Some of the best “hospital food” i’ve had and the prices were very reasonable. So much so that i’ve seen some of the public stop by the hospital just for a bite to eat at the cafe. Definitely recommend getting a bit to eat here if you’re ever inside Banner Ironwood.L. JonesWent to the hospital on Fri because I am sick. Spent over 12 hours in the ER because they didn’t have any beds available. Lovely. *Fast forward to Sunday when I’m released* they tell me that I’m being released and that they will call my meds in. They were giving me an inhaler and Albuterol for a nebulizer. I told them I didn’t have a nebulizer at home so no way to use the meds. They STILL only called in the Albuterol. So no inhaler and no nebulizer to actually use the Albuterol. I tried on several occasions to contact them to get this fixed, but I was never contacted after the nurse said she would. So it’s 2 in the morning and I’m sitting on the side of my bed, 22 weeks pregnant and wheezing because they failed to give me appropriate meds upon discharge. BTW no store would give me a nebulizer without a prescription. Nobody but Amazon. **** The Doctor’s name is Arshad Masood. Steer clear.**** SN: everyone is really nice and I won’t bad mouth them. But this was a terrible experience.Lacey Pratt⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWent in with abdominal pain. The staff was very friendly and attentive. My nurse was Nicole and my doctor was Dr Wong, they were both wonderful and did everything to find out what was wrong and once it was figured out he explained everything to me in a way I understood. I’m so grateful for the staff and everything that they do.Michael Rey⭐️⭐️⭐️Most recent exp. Was good. Wife drove me because I was vomiting for over 4 hours straight. Uncontrollably. They let my wife check me in, got a room in 40 min. Started me on iv and meds and felt way better. Nursing staff was great. Although i will not take my children there, last time I did they turned us away. Went to a children’s hospital and they were shocked and my daughter was on fluids for 5 days!!Jessica Leon⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe went in today to get my sons shoulder checked out, turns out he broke his clavicle. Everyone was very nice and thorough!! We were in and out within 2 hours. We have gone to this hospital 3 times and always very happy with the service.Jane Dickson⭐️⭐️⭐️My son was ran over by a truck while at work, his fellow workers drive him to this hospital. The doctor and staff seemed very caring. Less than 24 hours from surgery he was discharged without any paperwork being filled out( which they said would happen) no medication for the 2 hour ride home with a broken leg. I feel your discharge person is negligent and does your hospital no credit. Spent 4 hours in car with mt son AND his broken leg to finally go back to the hospital to fill out paperwork that should have already been done BEFORE discharge. I asked 3 people in the hospital who could I talk to about this type of treatment and got the runaround. They blamed the doctor! I am so disappointed by the accountability. This was a workers comp claim , 3 different types of insurance involved, had anyone actually got concerned maybe he wouldn’t have been kicked out so callously because of lack of immediate cash in hand? Have talked to lawyer about this as it is the LAW to discharge with a plan.wild billEmergency room is a joke the wait time has exceeded 4 hours on multiple separate visits. Should be fined for lack of timeliness- people were in serious condition and leaving to visit a different hospital.Jayne LaintzOn Monday I was scheduled for surgery on my leg, Tuesday afternoon my surgery was cancelled. On Tuesday morning they called me and told me I would need to pay my deductible, I gave them my account number and paid the bill. They now have $2340 of my money which they tell me will take up to a week to get back! Crazy how when you owe them it’s due immediately, now I’m suppose to wait for my refund! Very disappointed in how things were handled.heather pyatt⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedBest place to have your baby. Extremely kind and rememeber who you are and actually care about you. They tended to me quickly treated me with respect and helped me throough the complications I was having.. They are gental with new borns. They listen to my birthing plan and everything I wanted. They send you home with dinner and a blanket for your new baby. I had all three of my kids here.Cassie Ham⭐️⭐️Brought my baby here for a fever/lethargy/cough. The triage nurse Brooke was absolutely amazing and attentive and concerned but everything goes downhill after that. It took 30 minutes to see a nurse, all while my child’s fever was climbing to 104°, once the nurse Jessica and doctor came in, the doctor was very nice and said he would place orders for ibuprofen to bring his fever down. Another 30 minutes goes by and still no sign of the nurse with medicine, all the while my child breaks out into a rash from having such a high fever and is absolutely miserable and lethargic. I go out to find a nurse and Chelsea was so sweet and immediately grabs ibuprofen and brings it in. We didn’t see our actual nurse ever again, she actually never spoke any words to us at all, never checked on us or asked how my child was feeling. I know the ER is busy and has sick patients, I get it. But giving a sick baby ibuprofen takes less than 5 minutes of your time and made a world of a difference, and actually pretending like you care about your patients also makes a difference to the parents when they’re worried about their baby.M.FERCHThey will send you to collections without first sending you a bill!!.They tried to ruin my credit. They still haven’t contacted me or sent me a bill, even though I responded to their link below. Very poor business practice!Dennis Hamilton⭐️⭐️⭐️I was admitted to Banner Goldfield for surgery when I fell and broke my hip about a month ago. I was in a lot of pain after the surgery, of course, and when I was trying to go to sleep that night, an attendant told me “now, you will want to get lots of rest tonight because they are going to work you really really hard tomorrow. ” Good grief…..of all the things NOT to say to an 80 year old patient who is hurting and scared…….!Kelsie EWorst place around Queen Creek. They seem to always screw things up or not follow proper procedures. I would not recommend this place at all! I would rather drive farther to make sure my family gets proper care. My sister and my father have had terrible experiences there and because they di
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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Queen Creek?
Yes, of course. The Banner Medical Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Banner Medical Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Banner Medical Center in Queen Creek
The full address is 37000 N Gantzel Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85140, United States.
◼️ What’s Banner Medical Center phone number?
The phone number of Banner Medical Center is +1 480-394-4000. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 33.2144262 and a longitude of -111.5656344.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Banner Medical Center?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Banner Medical Center may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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